Find Therapists and Counselors in Duluth, GA

Find a Therapist in Duluth, GA

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About Duluth

Duluth has a population of 29,500 people. It is the second largest city in Gwinnett County, Georgia. The city was first settled in 1821 and occupies a land area of 10 square miles. The population of Duluth increased by 11% between 2010 and 2017. 

Over 29% of people living in Duluth were born in another country. The population is 40% white, 26% Asian, 22% black and 10% Hispanic. Thirty-five percent of Duluth residents speak a foreign language at home. The city has 2,800 Korean speakers, 2,100 Spanish speakers, and 1,300 Chinese speakers.

Around 83% of people in Duluth are American citizens. Approximately 1,100 veterans reside in the city. Forty-four percent of residents age 25 and older have a bachelor’s degree.

Residents of Duluth earn an average of $30,300 annually. The median household income is $61,500. Around 12% of residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Duluth

Suicide is a serious mental health issue in Gwinnett County. On average, the county sees about 10 to 12 suicides per year. Access to appropriate mental health care can be a challenge for some residents of the county. For example, 19% of people living in Duluth do not have health insurance.

A large number of people in the Gwinnett County jail have mental health issues. To better meet their needs, the county established an adult mental health court in 2013. Only individuals whose mental health challenges played a major role in their felony are eligible for the program. Under judicial supervision, the program helps participants find appropriate treatment for their condition as an alternative to going to jail. If an individual successfully completes the program, their charges are dropped.

References:

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  5. QuickFacts: Duluth city, Georgia. (n.d.). United States Census Bureau. Retrieved from https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/duluthcitygeorgia
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